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Coulee City Man Apparently Hangs Himself After Assaulting Wife

Grant County Press Release:

COULEE CITY, Wash. – A Coulee City man apparently committed suicide this afternoon after he allegedly assaulted his wife.

Around 2 p.m. Tuesday Feb. 7, emergency responders were called to a Coulee City business for a woman who was injured. That woman alleges she was assaulted by her husband at their home, 35374 Pinto Ridge Road Northeast, just outside of the city limits of Coulee City. The woman was able to escape the home and drive to the business to seek help. The woman was transported by ambulance to a local hospital and is being treated for her injuries. Her identity will not be released while the investigation is underway.

Deputies who went to the Pinto Ridge home found a dead man in his 50s who apparently hanged himself outside. That man is believed to be the husband of the assault victim. His name will be released once the Grant County Coroner has confirmed his identity and next of kin have been notified.

The investigation continues.

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